Inspired By Time
I'd ask for your number, but I didn't bring paper or pen or a pocket
(With history, it’s either hard or soft. Hard history comes with footnotes, citations, and references; soft is anecdotal word of mouth. Some go both ways.)
Time Magazine ranks Portland #1 for less than meaningful relationships by researching okcupid.com.
And you thought the heat came from the number of Volcanoes In The City Limits
Their investigative journalist looked at boxes checked for the sort of relationship okcupid members wanted, then cross-checked where the members lived.
Portland apparently leads the pack by more than a nose.
Before listing the Top Ten friendliest locations in America, let’s look at okcupid first.
When you land on the sign-up page you’ll learn that over 56,000 people are currently using the service, or “online now.”
The drop down menus are pre-filled for Gender, Orientation, and Status. With no corrections you are female, straight, and single. So far, so good?
Anyone wondering if okcupid is OK will see the blurbs from The Boston Globe – “The Google of online dating,” which means you’ll get 6,340,986 matches in 0.5 seconds?
About.com calls okcupid “The best free dating site.” You know you’ll get your money’s worth, and then some in Portland.
The Village Voice shows a certain hippness by calling okcupid “A favorite hangout for internet goers.” It makes you want to break out the beret, shades, and snap your fingers to show you’re cool. Internet Goers?
Time says, “Completely free.” The co-pay comes later at the itch clinic.
Boston didn’t land on the top ten, neither did New York, yet they still pump okcupid. Where’s the Oregonian and Willamette Week?
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